Posted on 29 March 2012 by admin
Beautiful exemplars of all periods and purposes, some as eerie ruins and others as fully restored museum pieces. It’s never further than a day trip from a castle worth seeing.
Well, if you can get yourself to Vienna (and I rncemmeod stopping there if you can it’s great!), you could take a hydrofoil down the Danube to Bratislava. I think it looks cool, and you could see a lot of the scenery on the way. Google hydrofoil vienna bratislava to find various companies who do this. Looks to take about 1.5 hours and cost about 20 Euro.Don’t worry so much about the language lots of people in Vienna/Munich will speak English! Just be nice and polite when asking ( Sprechen Sie english? gets you a long way), and people will usually be willing to help.
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